What is Clinical
questions about Clinical
Clinical Depression is a serious disease. The way you feel, act, and even think
can all be impacted by this illness. It doesn't mean you're a loser. It does
mean there's a medical problem that requires treatment. You may find it very
difficult to function like you used to. What used to entertain you might now
bore you, or seem a useless pursuit. Clinical
Depression results in
long term hopelessness and feelings of remorse. This illness does not simply
come and go. It's not like losing a loved one, the sadness eventually lessening.
Clinical Depression is long term.
Clinical Depression can and will touch almost every element of your day to day
life. Your thought patterns might change. You might become confused. Your will
is no longer your own as this condition affects your very behaviors and moods.
You can also experience eating and
that will turn your life upside down. Where you once may have been able to do
your work or study for school without any hesitation you may quickly lose the
ability to do so. Clinical Depression will target the way you deal with people.
You will find that you often do not feel like yourself.
Clinical Depression is not a personal problem like always being late or being
lazy. Wishing won't make it disappear. There are no quick fixes like the power
of positive thinking. It requires a
that can go on for weeks, months or years. People have been known to attempt
suicide if this condition isn't treated. The reasons for the depression may seem
known to you. However many different factors might contribute to this illness.
Typically, it is a group of factors that lead to Clinical Depression. It can be
psychological, perhaps genetic and even associated with the environment in which
Clinical Depression can also be a result of biological conditions like chemical
imbalances that work on the brain. It's also known that one of the leading
causes is stress. Your psychological condition can be affected greatly by stress
at school or at work . Worries like managing a family budget can be disastrous.
Clinical Depression can even result from abuse of alcohol or drugs. Don't
hesitate to consult a medical professional if you or anyone you know shows signs
of this disease.
Ooi runs a Depression information site and hopes this site can help us to
understand more about Depression. To learn about
Clinical Depression Help,
feel free to drop by
MA Licensed Psychologist Ph.D.
(Health and Geriatric Psychologist